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-t , ilifj.-t v ii. I'a.. July In. An ex-. 'iosiuiHNvurr-'l to-dav in tlieroliinir ' udlini!..! i;... C.unl.ria StM.M t-- .. pit , ut side t the fit v limits. i-.-nv in rn. n wi re at wtk in tins j --rvt'.nn. aiid it is ivprtM that I..' !iave!i tlu-ir lives Aiiintiir t ti known to lea! i:re the mine futv iuan. Harry U. idlers: his isistant. illiii ?t 1 1 1 1 : -1 1 . and two tire busses, lohti Wliiti.ev iitel .Tuliti Thomas. All jieri.!ie.l from ftre dump in a iiernie attempt to save the millers. - f tlie iniiuli r who were nt work in the iliftrii't wlien the exploMnti nr- urred tifty were American. Anion;? he number whom it is fenrcilnrelnst is Unnrx T. Harris, br"ther f the i hiefcf jmli.-e. .Io!"' T. Harris. No entrance to the it. .ue ran bo made iliiouli the main entry, ami the miners ntv eoinin to the surface at the Mill t n-ek openim? hve miles from he" city. A r'scuinr party, headed hy a tiiin tiir eiijiineer. Marshall T. Monre.antl supcrinteii' eiit (icorp it. Itohinson, have Murtcd for the secno uf tire tli. sfer. t ut vas is lieinir tise( to shut u side i i ti'.iii.'e so as to si'ticl a cur rent if air ah.ail. KvtTV step oft lie ay ii, list Ii- fought and the rescuer iietn-i Ives are in imminent danger. Mln ials 1 1 ,v in the tniiie seinl out voriltliat ii is impos.-ilile to state he loss (f life, hilt hope that the powerful fans anil compressors will ,-li i.nri. iiir t . , L'.mii 1 lio icn alive. If tin passae-i'-ways are easoi'al'lv dear, this can he dnin Nctlrni; Like Waur. "asliiii!.'t"n Senator Mlackhirrn. f Kei.tinkv. pniireil out a e lass of '. w.'if. r ;'i;,l ilrniik it wit h evident v,ti.factii ii. 'There isiit aiiythine uiieas fnoij as water, after all." juotli I'.'ai Mairii." wliii-h by the way" ,e tolled, "reiiiitids ine of a -tory. "!'( wn '.lackl'iirn "t here was a fanner, u ho. t ranee tt say, did not know the 'astc of wl.Nky. 'ne day. lit Christ- as lime, he was at a neighbor's" .'joiiseand was invited tosainplea inii'iiie of i Tea 111. lemon.- sugar and , t her iMiredieiits, coiiiinoidy known . ... ... ii.. l .I......1- l t ... inert drained several mugs. When 1 4itjiJtl-4li- htttiii 4ii felt cttru Mit, It's an insidious drink, you know, and w hen he reached home, hp went to hed. The next morning he iwtike witli an awful thirst. I'.renk--'Hgthe lhin covering of ice on the . ter hucket out on the porch, he ,.ook one Ion": drink. " 'M.'iidy, Mainly, come here and 'iiring children," he shouted. ' i never tastpil nudi water in my ,jfe. Washington Star. low Are Year Kldneyi I Dr Hobbj'!!'r'.r'!usP,11'cn'11 lililney tils. Sam ple fret. Add. Sterliuu "oaiedj CD-CHicaifjui N. I Juke on ilie Editor. Fowler. 1ml.. Leader About one w wet k i he printer of this paper i ripped up tlie hack for lack of husi ness principles. O, Lord, how would we live if we had any? We are clad A'Kt we do not. While we have some' "i'hinjr like 7.nti0 invested in the ; ritit inr business and our weekly iy roll is larger than that of any Iry (.'oiids store in Fowler, we inan iire some wa v to make both ends net-!. Not Ion": siine a merchant r-ohie to us and rcijuesteTus to print -toine very toiichinir resolutions iboiit, liev. lrutiv, written hv our dear friend. Mr. liunkc r Ihl'u. The resolutions were printed. The nter bant thanked us very sweetly for Joine; so. A n.otitli or so afterward he want ?1 tin pxtra copy of the leader to -tend to Lev. Trilby. It took an iour ninl a half to find the missinir lumber, the fierchtmt was under very many obligations to up for thr rouble. A short time aro hecanip ,o t he nilice just an the paper was . :oinr to press. He wanted to an t ioutice that 1 '.rot her Huchan would here next Lord's day to preach or.u wa? unlocked ami the item wan inserted. The paper was delayed mout fifteei: minutes. Apnin we vere thanked very sweetly. YpHter av we wanted a darning needle und f.he ni' reliant chnre;ed us a cent fi ;t, and that w as business. We could .fcll a hundred storieo likt' that. If .he"re hs any business about tin we -oiild p t ii,!,,! and swear. I'.ut there .h no business about us. powedoii -. "afH and rather enjoy theke on tin, CAST0RSA Tor Iafauis r-ud Children. HwjUn( Ycu Have Always Bough Baara tba Signature of A IZZLIMi sUM'LA V. .in--Magnificent Array of Gems at a Paris Function. Mrs. Ilrnillej Martla I l,e thrSurinl tritxii l'nrt Which Is ' Itclerreil T n "JMfl l)iilny Competition." Mr-. r.r;ii!li M. rl ".nU ci;!ci! to mark the i ll : "I ., r I'.itis .-c.i-el: nil I.li It , :l, ii, il l vl:;ch li;i lui: much lii-cu--. ii. In-fore aril since. I cir.t: j:i n erai.v nVi i irii to a- ;t "ji-rtrl i!i-;l;iy fimnn liiii ii., fvii:v pi-iiple sat a I tin t:t lie- in the ,ri;iti' sad "li in tin- K'jf 1 ti I are l.etil. The two atijetr.irp cinitijr iM, in- wire ! ricli',!. . Hail .in iTclie-t r;i i)!:iieir in i t furl! el r, m,,ii; uiielit watt its mee ,;ie Ifi iu i afar, distantly acc ir.pat j ins; i '.: Cl -ill ioll. It had lu i n nrnonrced that Mrs. li wear rradley Martin was ?,i:n even niofe jewelry than si 1 1 -1 1 : i II v d, i'-. haiti!T recently aeipl'reri an en 'i inoiis amoimt at vat 'e us n"cl ! n sales , lii-torie 1 eiil " n s wha-h live evperts had hecn ,,i'l;i; i; i.n in ia r owe iiparl itM'ttt. sper.ijl'i' si weeks in repairing and re-el 1 insr. aceor,!it:c to Mr-. I'.vailli v Martin's iceas. Hut -hi was S'i li 1.ci i'.v ti e l'iri- prc-s heeail-e of her ,,e , I' ihpiit in? hea ccms in the I't'i I'eh sa'i lis that she ci m IihVi! t', dl-app'-it' ex pectatiey anil appealed if a I ir'v dress of l.iM'llllel' L'laj Ve'vel. the l:' ostet't.itii n i.rna'i erlati. r ef whi, li I ci'ii us i PC !acp. wit h i.tii. r II Ill's, M.if.j of ti e ladies Invited, t irir to lip , iit'i, tie hy ti e h ", lit i r.i'ly Ii-ieled it .fi ci u inents. Anvinjr the f. w w' .i-i in lii;ihil.;r i"l iii.pressh su W il-e had t'l-'l' w v s M ! - Pac , whose '!: n:"t".i' c c a lil:iit:e s'peciliictl of h :;--'' t in-!- s , vm ti ; . , ma c.'i'i'Ci with, e: ,, t ,. .. '';i : w as , -M'l I' ll! .'-III'! for; M"s, A-f, r a ml M-. S i-'i. . M"-. .-T, r w !, I; ! -;it hr, c:"lei' w i' a . , f I- !': , '!,' I-,, i row - of k. wv'-t i rd lower hi ll'-. Cell's f, rnicd and I rim 'lei! with r w - st !y pi nrls ;nv tip ! r ni-t. aiul even i n f'ie hi!e on the front the i sipr !'d:lf e:isc:a'e. s. vet he I, ked eha rtr injr ir a w ti f in wove hl ii'h am' lt,,!!. M' s. K, i v .i it I'olV. ,,r pi ;i"!s I ill her r, eh CP hi ll I'.j, everv pearl of vvr.'eh to some crown I'd i :i d. fine of the ha ni' ice-l n'fT mp-- ent a Mrs. r.iyl.e-. of , i , rk. who inaue-iirat ed the latest fashion aide decollete, the div-- ect -i":u'e ir front ii w as p. s-ild W I. lip the the 1 ick :n cut V-sliajipd 'wn t. wnistlianil. Amor? the other cir-t? were Ceunt Miintpsnnlnin. Mr. Tlonalds: M. ;uv' Mrs. Itishop. Karl ("aii t's Mrs. ni'lv '.' Hrev. I'.aronps- dp Si il'ii re. V"-.-. Peed. ri-tarchl Hey. Mr. and Mrs. M'lrri e Count and fV, unless Chnn'ot' c'p r.rialles. Messrs. Kdwnrd Tuck, l.uck- mevrr, llarrlinan t.t tir. . (i'i' " ir. Thorne. Pah'win, Ti- u! Onval. fitl. Morgan nnd Prince P.diirnp. ILLINOIS FARMERS. Aerorillnv tn Ceimn Report Conk dimity l.entt In Ynl.iie uf l.nml mill Farm llullillnu. The census lnirieiti the other day issued a repot t coinpri-iiiy nericui ura I statistics ot tin laities niu! ndian nations in the I'liiie.! States, 'mil; county. 111., leads ill tile valiu of land and I. nil liiiirs, with ?77.l"". :.'u. l.'anUinu next are l.os Anircles oitnty. (al.. with !?;'i!il.;'i; Mt .eiin coitntv. 111.. i'il.l''l.-.'hi; l.aticas tcr coimtv. Pa , $.':i.li:;'.'..Vii': l.a Snlle oiinty. III., ?,;.:('.:). mi', and l.ivinc ton county, III.. !f."io.."T.r. I". I.i:nca-ter eoui'.lv. I':,. Ua''s in the value nt i a rin proem;-, um. !..-;.;.-4 1 .". Then follow Chieka-aw Nation. Indian Territory, w i'h s!".T7'.'.i''. Mi- T.iai mity. III.. .H'.iii.ii;:,: St. law- r"iier ci.nr.tv. N. V.. if. .'.'".''r!''i: I'lafe tttttt: iinty. III.. .ys.siV.i.Ct'T. Lancaster c'-iinM. Pa., leads in tin amount i I L'f ss lneoti e. with .s'.'.'.' ,iv sl.: ( 'hlcka-an Nat'' t . It'i'i.-n terri tory, comes next. Vilh 1 7 i. t " V; Mc Lean county. 111.. ?:!!.: M.",; Li s An- ce'.es coiilitv. I al.. ; ...ai; l I'ain- paiiru county. III.. !!.:; U. in-., and La Salle c iintv. ill... T.2fil. .Vo. CONFUCIANISM RULES CHINA. I'enlenintM 'I issioiin rlc I cite In I'rc- test cv I'NIueiitti.iial Remitntlfi ii . The Kdiie;.: i, ii;, as-oci.ii.n of t'hina, which is composed of I'ri.lcst ant missionaries from all parls of ihi empire, and wl iili has hi en in so- Finn nt Shanghai for fo'ir ihivs. has decided to oesl to the hiiu sc jri -crnniciit liir.,iic;h the dipe.tua; ic ln!y against the recent reealatimis in (he new if i n eminent schools v tiieh i-.-quire Christian pupils to observe Con fucian riles. The general opinion of this hodv i. strongly suspiciniih of the recent imperial edict-) in fnvur c,f western education. Kline Kilnnril'it TnMe,' -King Kiiwiird hat conttrueted h tahle for his use when nt tlie theater. Tt f. his into a very iinnll apuce, and esn 1 car ried in tlie hand. Uetweeti the net his ma jest v sometimes arranges the tahle, placet refreshments 'upon it. n ml en- joj himself until the curtain rices. Klnv Alfonso Had Ht Solillrri. King Alfmisi) has .informed his sol dier that he will always be with them in times of peril, says the Chicago Rec ofd-Herald. It will have tobe admitted that little Alf would b a great help In hot charjre. - - v- afilr a uAi? tAKCh. Fnthrr Kind Mlnniiii: in. hn It ml MuliHtril. Thriui&h Kt-uril Hrt I Wnahlnittiil. Waller l'., l?ir. tlir e.tr-eld i.a of Pittit .v lt-!prr. win i'i.iin -iirci frmti lii la nit- nn Sunn yi!r i!i'ii 'ti N"M iclii r I la.-t. h.i het tt f,,iita! l y his l;:inT nl'lcr a ri iiKitkalle search." Tin i n:'i tii;in was U'caleil mi the trhinirif ship Kranklin at Xnrf, !k, 1 Ya., am! the tin llier uf tlie yi'iiuir man John 1). lJnck feller. Jr.. eliminated lias h-at'il his voice mir thr nnj-tlis ' m, i,i . except a a circumstance or lance telephone from Washington, ucciiient of life, from his idea uf uo The tlisappt arance of the Joimi: man ves hi his Miliiress (lie other ::ty on has hecn one of ileepest mvstery. "Success; What Is Success in Life".' Watti r !i ft his home oslcn-ihlj-liivNit i e was speaking at the lat mteting a lecal dentist. Mis failure to return ,,f the season of the ,iift!f men's liilde home caused the fffatest npprehen-1 elas of the Kifth Avenue I'.aptist siniu Inquiry at the iletttist s ntlice revealed the information that Walter had nut heen there. The sit tin j ion vn- icrxplieahle t" his patents, anil trom mat tttne n senrcn was instituted. I.iery coneenal le place of informal ion was interreirat ed; every podee station in the 1'nited States, every pnhlic man. the heads of nil national departments, every American ci tistil uhroml (the last he inar the nrf .rtnnate 1'nited Stales con sul at Martiniiie1. h.'ti. Kitchptipr. the Itoer representative-, and Ken. Chaffee wrre all cotuuMi'ilcateil with. Kverythlnt? hio insr failed. Mr. Holder met n yount.' sid.'ler n few day ne. He impiired of him cerccrnititr enlist ments nnd was told that every mark on the hndy of anyone who en!i-ted was recorded at W'tshltiL'ton. .lan es TV T.ttdti w. a neti'hhor. and Mr. llolirer wpnt to Washit irton. si.tant Sec retary of the Navy Pan ret1 t.ided him ma "eria'ty. Mr. It,, Iyer set to work r.'itiL 1 ner the - i o- c a lives n f those n ho enlisted sir,,,. ,,t Voemlicr. and aftrr a l.-nL sh ire he picked nut Walter'--sis-nat en-, t hott jtIi it was an nsmunert name. HURT BYTRADF. COMBINATIONS rrpotilenl of evr York Prmlnee Kv elillllue ;le Itrnsnn fur Xiirkeil liccllwte In llii-if nei. il dm V. Hai nes, president of the New York produce cNcliane. in hi report ai ihe annual ineetinpof the cMdsaiiL'e. claimed the dec me in luisi- nes- on the evi'l atrj-e i- the result of 'The port ,,f New York litis shared in the fereral srrowth of trade nnd commerce of the count n , a nd cert a in Interc.-ts of the exchantre have hecn liciiciited. The net rciri-tered tonnai'e entered and cleared from the port of New York Increased more than 1.000.- otin f ins hast ve.nr. Much tot'iunre was carrieil. however. nt unprofitable rates. There has heen n ennsidenihlp Increase in the export of wheat from the country anil n slight jnerpase at this port.' Torn exports nt New York for the past 1!) months show n ile- crease of "n.nno.nno hushels as com pared with the previous l:; months. "The farmer is prospprinsr, hut the produce merchant as a middleman i steadily heinjr supplanted by larjre cor porate interests dealinir almost direct ly between the producer nnd consum er. A larsre petroleum trade once con ducted on nnr floor has passed In thf trade evolution, and the flour, provi sion, lard nnd oil trades are ennepn trntinsr in a limited number of cor porations, which is most noticeable In the export trade of these product. Kven the praln trade Is not free frum the fame tendency. "T nm convinced the remedy for the continued diversion from this port of srrain trade, as .well as pcncral com merce. Is an enlarged canal from the lakes Ui the Hudson river." MISS ROOSEVELT POSES. Wnahlnictnn I'tiotmcrnither Cntehe l'rplleiif Dnnw.htpr In Mirny rimrmlnit Piixltlonn. tiss i:,: velt pave a iinmher of soul h f font law n of the puses on 1! white hoii-e the other afternoon to Frances IVntatnin Joints,. n. the plus rrapher. She was attired in her riding .Ijal'iLof ldaik. ckdh. and wine sailor hat in which slip, generally rules, a tut tan leatner rn.ittg Hunts. She carried her Knglish crop, and rode her chestnut hay Kentucky sai'dle horse, upon which she has recently hen taking lessons in hurdling. Miss Roosevelt sits her saddle well anil shows in every way that she is ac customed to a horse and loves tn ride. vet, "until recentlv. she has not riddt n in Washington. The other dnv she made a da-h through the rain in cum jmny with the president. l!cn. rtnioere and a number of the other French vis itors, and. while drenched to the skin, rede in under the portico, laughing and without n sign of fatigue, treat ing the whole matter as n good joke. Miss Johnson posed Miss Tlnosevelt for at least a dozen different photo graph, ard found her subject readily lending herself to every suggestion. There haw he n a number of snap shots taken of Mi noosejclt fol lowing the scent of annis seed hags at ( hevy Chase, but none of them were recognizable. '. F.nnir Wen Hcfre film. Ii is rrjiotted that King Kdtrard is badly exhausted from rehearsing f r the coronation, says the Chicago Kcc-ord-llcrald. This might he alarming lf.it were not for the fact that he can. after receiving his crown, devote the ha la mi of his life to resting. t IrelRfiil' Only Toll llrhljre. Wnterford jiossesses the only tn bridge in Ireland. After 10 yenrs'agi tatioii a movement is -now en font for tiie construction of a free bridge over the Kiver Sitir. WrntmlnMer Alilier Fees. Ollicials of Westminster ahhey charge fees aggregating over $2,000 wh'n memorial i placed in the ab- jUy. TALKS UN SlTCESS. Young Rockefeller Discusses Subject Before His Bible Class. Son of the Multl-Vlilllimnlre Klimla- Ira Munr) iTfrj Ymr tur from lilt l,le uf True furerm. church, the class licinir a In til to take a vacation until the lirst Sunday in (Ictolnr. There were L'lic. men at the meetinir. Most of them were joiuiff. but there were rot a few pray hairs and patri archal beards umotisr thuse who lis tened to i he younir millionaire. Mr. itockefeller said: "It is n hnliit of thoiiL'ht in business that the man who -rets the H ost nioiie, Is the most successful, but thuuph he may ijet prrent sums of money honest ly and lejritinuitely by his own efforts, that money is nl no real use to him ttnle-s he ii-es it in the ripht way. and it may he a jjreat curse to him, and he may nehieie no real success what ever. On the other hand, the ivan who is poor, with only ciioiieh money for the neces-itips of life, may use his life for tlii v'""1' others, nnd (hat man Is a true -uccess, "One lean una hold hiirh oltice nnd may mal.e a failure i t life ly n isus Irir his p, wer. w hile another may -en e the pnhlic s ' and he :e-ucccs. The lawver nuiy he skillful and may have many imperial'! ciise. but unles.- he males a wi-e, j n -1 and e n d use of ' 1-1 taant-f he is not hy any means a s"ccess, "If ,,u hepevc what I'liri-t -.I'd of encec-s, y ai must arree that a s,,p-ce-sful lire is i in, that has ! , n made the tii"-t "f in the way . f d. 'i'" r others. The hiehe-t -nriT" is n t whtit one can make, hut hew . pe ran nialce one', -elf most u-i fill. M 't'e. power and place are circuit stances more or li -s u-cnii, aceot'i inuto now i em. OUR TRADE WITH FRANCE. Kepitrts (mm I nlteil S'tntoi CoumiIii Show 'Hint lliislness nitli 'I bill luiinlry I lucre Miuu. A pnblicatinii of timelj interest, in view of the national exchange of cour tcsien between the I nited States anil France has just been made public by Frederic F.niory. chief of the bureau of foreign commerce, shewing; hotw this country jifogressed in trade relations with the French republic last year. It is stated that nearly all the con sular ollieer in France seak of the grntif ing increase in the importation of agricultural machinery from the l" nil eil States. American brooms it ml rubber shoes, snys Consul Tourgee, of Itonlcaux. have made their iiiiearunce in 15or deaux in such numbers during the last two years as to seem familiar. Ameri can shoe machinery is used in the larg est shoe factory in France (situated in Limoges), and S'.'.'iO DUO worth i f Amer ican drcs.-ed kid skins were imju rted into that region in I'.HW for the manu facture of shoes. The exportation of fruits from Mar seilles to. the 1'niteil Slates. Consul General Skinner ays. has been seri oiisly artjjclcil of late by the increasing attention given to these U'in!ue1s tn California. Consul Covert at I.vens mentions nn- meroti- articles imported from the I niteii States. St ores t here have signs announcing American fabrics, and there are several so-called "American baaars." though many "f the artic are not of American manufacture. EYELESS FISH IN QUEER POOL, Pennn l nnlR . M urknirs I'lntl with I lie in llorneil Xiuikra anil Other (lilil I rentiires. While workmen were blasting rocks to enlarge, a reservoir, hear Cnioiulalc I'a.. a few das ago. a .-mall pool of wa ter was discovered, iimier a great ledge of rocks. The water in the pool was a bright gn i u but when the mass rock was taken i IT it tinned a dark blue.' Arounil the edges i f the pool were strange mosses or ferns, which withered as soon as the ras of the sun encountered the.m. 1 h rough I he crevices of t he rocks ran great red and blue beetles and ants anil hornet! siial.es. with hoods and double fangs, w riggled around the edge of the pooh In the jiool the worknun found tish without eves. They had green scales but when lifted from the water tl.i color changed to a dark blue. When lliej ciicounwTt'd the air the gasped a few times and died. In the fissures of the ruck horned toads were still liv ing. The place has been visited by in ted. scieirt ist si. who are iny-l ilietl at the singuar And atliong the ragged hill of SilMriehnnnn cottntv. F.veless fish have been found but twice in Peun -vlvania within a centnrv. ,. Prnmtlunii In the (ifrninn Arm It Is ivoiiised to stimulate jiroino tien In the lienuitn army by reducing the period of service required to an thori.e the retirement of an offerer from 4(1 to 'SI vars ami a bill for this pur uc Jia been pie.-ented to theseC' retary of the military authorities. The retiring allowance i to he increased so as to make the stnnll pension grnnted three-tlf ths i;f the full pay. Steel ren In Uermanjr.. (Jefn".an.vstni iin jim t.s j er cent. of ber steel 1 1 ns fioin l.i.giai.d. parents It is the kJ Lc nv.it parents it ResponsiDl (.res! responsibility, and no taint of disease to be transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the most pitiable suffering, and markin? its little body with offen sive sores and emptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes, glandular swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity. How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach themselves for bringing so much misery into the world? - If you have any disease lurking in your system, how can you expect well developed, healthy children I Cleanse your own blood and build up your health, and you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and made mankind healthier and happier. There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects, and can be taken by both old and young without fea. of any bad results. Write us about your case, and let our physicians advise and help you. This will cost you nothing, and we will also send our book on blood and skin diseases. THK SWIFT JPIXIXIC CO., Atlanta.. Ga To Protect Negroes. Sprinjrtield, 111., .July 10. (lovern or Yates received word this morning that nepro outrne.es liml been re peated in Saline county, around Klilorado. The jrovemor lias in strut ted .tssistant Adjutant (ieiieral Kwart to proceed with sixteen men and one otlicer from Mt. Vernon to that county and remain until the neriM's are safe, Ciulionilale dispatch says a inohot tinned men went to the home of the Ke Peter (ireeu, pastor of t he Afri can Methodist iliurch at Khlonnlo ami opened lire when 1 he pastor de- lareil he woiih.l not leave, dreeii returned the nre wit n a siintirun and it is rumored that one white man was wounded. fhis signature is on every hoi of the genuins Laxative uroir.o Uuinine T.bieu the remedy thui - n enM in one ! Ho not overlook the First Special sale of own hots In nine illircn nt towns In thi Cnek Nation, along the line of (Frisco System) r- feet Utlus (rusrsnteetl hy lltr goremmeniT" Ssle begins July 7th, continuing until July .'Htli. Hound trip tickets st Single arc, good going on date of ssle of tickets, only, will be sold on July tith, good to retorn until July is, snd on July IT, good to return until July 27, l'.i-J. There la Money to lie made, and made quickly, bysttendlng these sales. For further Information apply to sny passenger repre- sentaMve of the Frisco System. IAS. DONOHTE, Ass't Uen'l I'ass'r Agt. Kansas City. Mo. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, ( county oi oates, j In the circuit court, June term, lSXM.Josephlnc .--Dcput-ru luaiunu, ve jonn enepueru, Maiy Ann Tapecolt, Ueorge Shepherd, Kate barth, Mary A. Uoriwln, Hicham f. shep herd, Anna t Covey ami 1bt unknown beirs of Kinney Shepherd, defendants. Order of eublication. Now at this ilay comes the tilaintitr herein hv her attorney, Jauiea vt . Sudueth, and illus her amenuea pennon ana aiiidavit, alleging, among other tbiiigs that delendants, tbe heirs ol Kin ney Shepherd deceased, are unknown to this ptaint n ana lor mat reason their names canto. oe inserieu in piainua s petition. Whereupon It Is ordered by the conn in term toi. ii,.i said defendants be notilled by publication that piauuiu uaB eumiuenceii a suit against them in ibis court, tbe object aud general nature of w hich is lo obt&yj a decree in partition, accord ing io me respective interesis and rigbts of Hie parlies to Ibis suit, of the billowing described real estate lying ami being situate in the coun ty of hates and slate ol Missouri, uescribeil tollows, lo-wit: The northwest nuarter of uie souiimrnv ijunr.fr 01 Section IWentV-flVe (;5) ami nonhesBt quarter of tbe southeast nuarter of section iimu. tlx all In township forty-two oi range imrij-sMic vM. iui ie fiiaintin la unaiie to slate whether or nut inn said Kinney .shepherd leu bid euiiurtn or uesci-nuaniH anu liihi it 1ia did they are together tutitleii to an undivided oue-sevenlb interest of, in and to all said real t-siate and that uuless the said unknown heirs of tbe said kmnet ahtuherd. deceased, be and appear at thiscourt at the next term inereof, to be begun aud bolden al the court bouse In the city ol butler, Mo, in eaideounty,onihe lith day of -Nov. m vl, and on or belure the lirst day of Faiu term, answer or pieau 10 ine petition in saiu cause, me same will ue taken as contessed and judgment will be rendered accordingly. And u is lurtliei ordereil lhat a copy hereof be published, according to law, in the IUtlik U kshly I ;mks. a new stiauer uublisbed in said county ol bates for tour weeks successively, pouusueu ai nasi once a wees, me last inser tion to be at least U It een davs before the drat day ol said uexv November term of this court. A. 15. I.L UHICK, Circuit tierk. A true copy rroiu the record. W itness sitiL my hand and seal of the circuit court ot bates county, this 1st da uf.lnlv It hn.'i. A. ti. LLUM1CK, Circuit Clerk. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby glvea to all creditors, snd all others Interested la tbe estate ot v llllam Minnies, deceased, tbat I, it It Campbell, ad ministrator ol said estate, Intend to inaae anal settlement tnureol, al tbe next term ol the bates County frotiats court, to bates count) , elate ol Missouri, to be held at Butler, Missouri, on ths inn day ol August, A. 1) U li ( AMeBEI.L. 3-t Administrator. Notice of Final Settlement. Itottoe is hereby given to all creditors ana Others Interested in ths estate ol Kloreuee bos well, deceased, thai 1, S A McDsnlel ad ministrator, oi aald estate, I menu tu msks anal settlement oi said estate at me next term ot me bales county ftobai oourt, in Hates county, slate i f aliseouri, to be nnd at Ballet, Missouri, ob the lith day ol Aug A U..1SW. 8. A. Ml OA.NlfcL. ' . :i4-t AdiiilBiasrator. Esecntor's Notice. Notice Is hereby given tbat letters testa mentary upon the estate of Koselar Jane lleaty. deceased, have been aranten ui th tinrl...,...: eil, by tbe bates county probate court, in bates eountr, Missonri, bearing date the isth day of June A. D., lliw. ' All persons having claims against said estate are required loexhiuit tbfra w me for allowance within one year from the date of u... or they may be precluded from any benefit of uu claims oe not exhibited within two years from tbe date of the publics' lion of tnis notics, they will be forever barred. txecutor. right ox every child iuiu, auu must look for health and happiness. How incon ceivably great is the parents' how important that is left in the blood troubles as S. S. S. It searches on.t even hereditary poisons, and removes every taint from the blood, and builds up the general health. If weaklings are growing up around you, right the wrong by putting them on a course of S. S. S. at once. It is Willstsud the present sesnoa of luclstruy barsss iiiilns hub east of nuilir, and II 4 mil suuih ol Montrose an,l Duller roau andtl-t uules west of aprucv. lieseripuou a. d 1'tdlgree: Elamo Is coal black, mealy nose and is the rise or la hands high sud he wt-ighuo, UU pounds, was sired by Ibe line In. porn-d Jack aires t I rum Spain, mousbt to Cooper Co., b Charles l-uuard. I he dam oi KIhiiio was a. so out ol an liniwrlwl Jack and Black h legal nam owunl b) A. t elgr, Clarktliiirg. Mo. A sauule siailion will be kept at ths sains staliles. ti'ims: Is to Insure a colt to stand and suck, the ii.uin y is due bi u cull Is loan a llie oult will sisuu suod lor the season. After service lias iieeu rt nurreu auy oue sellina, trsumg or about to remove mare lorlrita insurance and money uiust be paid. I hi re is no bi Her bri-d Jack in the stale of .VicS' url, except his lather w ho w as miporled lroiu .spsiu. ihv people who pairouuru Ibis jars are well pleaded with hiscoile and mosl ol Uieni aie coining back. lUr value ol imported slock is neiiiuusiralfti by tbe fact, that breeders ol ihuroiighbreu rattle import slock to keep up the breed ol their herds, tmeuers should (ome eaily lu the luoruuig or late tu the rvru lug. DtWIlT ilcUAXIEL. A Most Liberal Oiler. All nnr ti. i n it 1 1 ue is sin iihi iiih- atlvuiituj;eti( the utiprm'tleiiledt'lub biue;' offer we this jeur umke, which inciutii's with this paper The Live Mock Indicator, ito speihtl Farmers' Institute LuuiouM una The I'oultry Furuier. These three puolicutiouH are the best ot their class uud should I iu ii) ui'usv litem lir,i,.o rl"i tin.,,. " " J " v"v" ""U, lor lOCUl, COUUty UUQ general UeW 8i:OUrUWU ,J.tuperiUid UUike the - price of the four one year only f 1.23. .Never before was so much superior reading matter offered for so small an umount of money. The three pa pers uumed, w tiicti we club with our owu, are well known throughout the West uud commend tnemselvea to the reader's favorable attention up on mere mention. The Live Stock Indicator is the great agricultural aud live stock paper of the West and iSouthwest; The I'oultry Farmer is the most practical poultry paper for the larmer, while Ihe Special Farm ers' Institute Editions are the most practical publications for the promo tion of good farming ever published, fake huvhbUige ol this uat offer, us it will bold good for a short time only. Samples of these papers may be examined by calling at tnis office. 5-Oui A Most Liberal Offer. The Sit. Louis Mirror is a twenty eight page paper, in magazine form, edited by V iinaiu Marion lleedy, as sisted by a staff of coutributorscom pi ising the best writers and literary authorities on all current subjects, social, religious, scientific, financial, literary or artistic. The Mirror is a weekly review of men aud affairs; a treasury of short stories and good poetry; a paper in which tue best boots, best plays and best music are ably reviewed, aud all topics of contemporary interest are given careful acteutiou. It is the up-to-date paper for the merchant, the teacher, the professional man, the student, the politician, us well as for woman and the home. If you will send us 10c, iu silver or stumps, we will mail ttw Mirror to your address lor ten weeks. The Miukok, St. Louis, Aio. Aduiluistrator'a Notloe. Notice is hereby given, lhat letters or adinln tstration wnn win annexed, upon the estate of WliliainM. Uags, deueaw-u wars grautea to tue unuerslgnsu on me 1,'tn day vl April, iw-. ay me prooaie court ol ustes cotuiiv aiissoLrl. ' " ah persons bavlng claims agalnai said sa-' tale, ue reunited io exuioil uieui lor allow anoe to the auuunissraliut witnln oue year alter tbe date oi said letters, or tney may be prculuueu itoln any beuebt ol salu estate: and if suen claims oe not eablblted wltniu two eats iruiii tue date oi tma uubticatioa. they Will be loteyet Oarrea. ' . H BELL. ' ' ia-st With will annexed. Aoiuinutrator. Notice. Notice is hereby given that letters of admin IsirsUon withtwiu annuxsd -upoa the estate of toeury Lutsenhizer, deceased, wave been arant ua ? by tbe bate County Probate Court, iu bate County, aitMnri bearing daw lb attb uay of May A. D.. W AU persons having claims against said estau are tequ.r.-d to exhibit them to me for allow ance within one year rron, tbe date of said let ters, or they may be precluded from any bens Bt of such estate; anu il said claims b not ex hibited within two years irom the date of ths publicailoa or this notice, they will be forever tarred. utL LLI'bKN HlZAaTr u-4t Administrator with wlU aonexed.